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How can we tackle nitrous oxide emissions from ocean 'dead zones'?

Ocean 'dead zones' are becoming an increasing global problem, due to the NO2 they emit - however, ensuring natural ecosystems can help the situation. Image: Unsplash/Timothy K

Brett Jameson

PhD Candidate in Biological Oceanography, University of Victoria

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